About my reviews: Any reviews I post are taken from the view of a consumer first and formost, with professinal cretiques usually reserved for very good or very bad quality works. I also tend to focus on the pros more than the cons in my reviews, as I feel that most professional critosism is very harsh these days and often cause stories that are just fine the way they are to look bad. My goal is to evaluate if a story is good in terms of how all elements react in unison to each other. Taking pieces to critisize entire work can lead to poor feedback. I am not a proffesional, however I do have faith in my skills to judge film and literature. I am of the belief that every work has at least some flaws, but those should not impact a review unless it affects the viewer or reader significantly. I also take my own bias into account when reviewing material, and will point out as such in my reviews.
How I rate: Similar to my earlier point of hoping to give enjoyable works the credit they deserve, my reviews might seem abnormally high for certain works. I believe that a score below 3 is the point when I can not enjoy the overall story, as such is why most of my ratings are 4-5 stars. For me, a 5 star review is earned when I am able to enjoy what I am consuming and I consistantly feel the want to continue reading or watching. As such, it would be fair to say that I would put any piece that I rate as 3 stars or more worth reading/watching.